Hi, so I can't find much info on the internet on this topic, but recently I accidentally discovered something interesting about mealworms that could be useful. I had a digital thermometer that I used for my quails, that was completely crusted in their poop. I needed to use it to check the temp of my mealworms bin, but the long dried poop on it did not wash off easily ( and I was too lazy) so I just put it in with my mealworms as is. Every few minutes, I would come to check the temp, but every time I would find the thermometer knocked over and mealworms swarming all over it. I kept standing it up, but the mealworms kept knocking it over and burying it, so finally I just took the thing out, and lo and behold it was completely clean! Every speck of quail poop had been eaten off, even in the corners! So, apparently mealworms really like to eat quail poop. So my question is, could I use mealworms to clean up after my quails? I'm thinking of setting up an quail pen with hardware cloth on the bottom so that their poop falls through into a mealworms bin, and then let the mealworms do their thing.